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Introduction to Midwest Natural Healing for Animals, The Amassage Method for Complete Body Balancing.
What we offer at MNHA
Courses Available, Instructors and their background, why MNHA is different from other Equine Massage Schools
Also I will be interviewing people to give you information for your horses for farrier, dentistry, chiro, nutrition, essential oils, massage, rehab, etc.
CERTIFICATION AS A CESMT Level 1 ($1175)
The Amassage Method and Biomechanics Level 1
Levels 1-3 (2 & 3 $1000)
4 Day Equine Massage Class including Biomechanics/Saddle fit/Building a Topline/Under Saddle Therapy
Correspondence Course (Home Study) $750
Split Weekend Class (by special request only, must have at least 4 students to schedule)
DVD for Basic Equine Massage ($40 + $5 s&h)
Easy Payment plans with no credit Check
Gift Certificates for Birthdays, Christmas, etc.***
Internet Coaching-help with riding, rebuilding atrophied muscles
REhab for EPM, Cold/swayback horses, Arthritis (also available in Internet coaching)
Rehab at my Facility
Continuous Mentoring after the Class
Listen 24/7 anytime after May 28, 2015 to: Sadles Ranch FOUNDER, CHER MYERS, L.C.S.W., M.S.W., C.F.M.
Her commitment toward peace, her connection with children and her love of horses led Cher to develop a variety of experiential learning and development programs. Her S.A.D.L.E.S. program is registered as an educational curriculum in the state of Florida. Cher has been certified with the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH) as a therapeutic riding instructor and equine specialist; The Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association, (EAGALA) as an equine facilitated mental health professional and equine specialist; and with The Certified Horsemanship Association, (CHA) as a certified riding instructor. Cher is honored to have developed the equine therapy program for veterans utilized by Heavenly Hoofs (partnered with UCF's College of Medicine)
For More info go to: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/may-2015/article/listen-to-cher-myers-founder-of-sadles-ranch-equine-therapy-for-veterans
in Self Help
Raleigh, NC – It’s been said there’s something about the outside of a horse that’s good for the inside of a person. Indeed, horses can serve as a mirror, reflecting our attitudes, intentions and emotions, teaching us truths about ourselves we may not have been previously aware of.
Schelli Whitehouse and Lisa Murrell are partners in coaching, leadership development and training through the way of the horse. Their company, Equine Alchemy, specializes in “turning human potential in gold” through a process of Equine Assisted Coaching and coach certification training.
“We want to empower as many people as we can in learning how to facilitate this work,” says Schelli. “Whether they use it in their coaching practice or not, when they go through the training they can’t but help but be infused with the wisdom of the horse.”
As people we’re often very conflicted; we think one way but behave in another. Horses, by contrast, perceive the world energetically and respond through intention. By inviting the horse into the coaching process, we can see if a person is in alignment simply by the horse’s behavior. When our behavior is aligned with our heart and feelings, the horse responds to that consistency and they’re more likely to follow our lead.
“I was a great coach but I don’t believe I became a masterful coach until after I began working with horses,” says Lisa. “They are the best teacher of coaching because you enter a different dimension with them. I’m never as balanced as when I am around horses.”
For more information on the Equine Alchemy, visit www.equinealchemy.com
Listen to my conversation with Frank Lyman, President & COO, Cytowave, LLC
Cytowave is an early stage medical device company with a therapeutic device intended to treat tissue injuries. Retained by the owner to take the company from start-up to fully functional commercial success.
Cytowave Treatment is:
· Reliable and effective at closing serious tendon and ligament injuries
· Helpful in preventing tendon and ligament injuries
· Effective at rapidly reducing damaging inflammation
· A 30 to 60 minute treatment so multiple horses can be treated daily
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with horse advocate and author Dutch Henry about his novels, equine journal articles, and his work with therapy horses. Dutch shares his experience with horses and his love and concern for their proper care and handling, as well as his writing style and inspiration. He also talks of his upcoming novels, the second in the Tom Named by Horse series called From the Banks of Little Bear Creek and a non-fiction book about horses gathered from his posts on his Coffee Clutch Blog, called It’s For The Horses, musings about their needs, spirit, gifts and care from a horse advocate. Listen to Dutch Henry's horse story, Tuesday, March 23, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Rene Noriega of Equistride Sports Therapy about equine body work and massage. Rene, an ex-border patrol agent started his business several years ago and has become quite popular in the field. Rene shares his expertise about the International Equine Body Work Association, as a member and Board member, as well as the benefits to horses of having such body work performed on a regular basis. He also talks about his experiences in working on the NFR horses and several bulls, including Bushwacker, his cousin's bull, and one of the all-time great rodeo animal athletes. Listen to Rene Noriega's horse story on Alabama Horse Talk Radio, January 20th, at 8:00 AM CST.
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with natural equine product developer Curtis Payne about his company, Abraxas Equine, and his all natural products, including a liniment called Hydra-Luxe and a tea tree shampoo that is enjoying great popularity in the equine community. Payne shares his horse story of how the company came to be and what his strategy has been to get word out to the horse world. He also speaks about how to use the product and how the natural ingredients benefit the horse without causing burning. Listen to Curtis Payne's horse story on Alabama Horse Talk Radio Tuesday, December 9, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
Hosted by Debbie Coffey
Our guests tonight are R.T. Fitch (co-founder & Pres. of Wild Horse Freedom Federation) and Terry Fitch (co-founder and Treasurer of Wild Horse Freedom Federation) who helped lead the evacuation of horses and burros for Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita.
They will be joined by ELAINE NASH, founder and Director of Fleet of Angels, a grassroots movement of horse lovers who own trailers and are willing to help transport equines to safety when their lives are in danger.
Tonight's radio show will be hosted by Debbie Coffey, V.P. & Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Mary Katherine Morris of Mary Katherine Morris Photography about her experience as an equine photographer. She talks about the best ways to capture images of horses, lighting, and some of her favorite shoots. She also speaks about equine photography as an art form. Listen to Mary Katherine's horse story on Alabama Horse Talk Radio, Tuesday, December 16, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
Tonight's guest is Jo Anne Normile, author of the critically acclaimed book, Saving Baby, which is featured in the Feb. 2015 Reader's Digest.
Jo Anne owned a promising granddaughter of the great Secretariat, but she turned her back on racing when she learned how brutally the horses are treated, their lives more often than not ending in slaughter. She went on to found CANTER, the most successful Thoroughbred rescue in the country, saving more than 4,000 horses during her tenure as executive director. And she now serves as president of Saving Baby Equine Charity, which saves all horse breeds from the brink, including wild mustangs and burros.
Jo Anne’s dedication to horses includes research on equine self-mutilation syndrome and compulsive behavior in formerly feral horses, which resulted in her co-authoring studies that appeared in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Journal of Applied Research in Veterinary Medicine. She was also cited for her contributions to a research paper published in Food and Chemical Toxicology about the public health risk of selling horsemeat laced with phenylbutazone, or “bute,” routinely given to Thoroughbred race horses.
Jo Anne has been written up in every publication from The New York Times to Horse Illustrated and has appeared on CNN Headline News and numerous other television programs. She joins us tonight to tell about her odyssey from racing enthusiast to horse rescuer.
The first 3 callers during the 2nd half hour will get a FREE copy of Saving Baby!
5:00 pm PST ... 6:00 pm MST ... 7:00 pm CST ... 8:00 pm EST
Listen Live Here!
Call in # 917-388-4520
This is a 2 hour show, and you can call in with questions at any time.
The shows will be archived, so you can listen anytime.
Vicki Tobin (center), V.P of Equine Welfare Alliance with two of our favorite men, RT Fitch and John Holland (Pres. of EWA)
Equine Welfare Alliance Board member Daryl Smoliak (ANOTHER favorite man!)
Our guests tonight are Vicki Tobin, Vice President of Equine Welfare Alliance (EWA) and Daryl Smoliak, Board member of EWA, which is a dues free, all volunteer 501(c)(4) umbrella organization representing
- over 325 member organizations
- The Southern Cherokee Government
- over 1,145 individual members worldwide in 22 countries.
EWA and its members are involved in a grass roots effort dedicated to ending the slaughter of American Horses and the preservation and protection of our Wild Horses & Burros on public lands.
They will be talking about many issues, including the upcoming 2014 International Equine Conference in Wellington, FL.
This radio show is co-hosted by Debbie Coffey, Vice-President & Director of Wild Horse Affairs at Wild Horse Freedom Federation.
Equine Destiny is a documentary exposing the issues threatening America’s Equines. Along with addressing these issues, it provides an educational and inspirational look into promising solutions to reverse these problems. Through engaging cinematography, moving story lines, and front-line accounts, Equine Destiny serves as a center piece for national horse education and rescue.